Re: [DML] Re: New Delorean
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Re: [DML] Re: New Delorean

***Moderator's Note: Everyone has their opinion on who should and should not own a DeLorean, acceptable levels of debt to acquire one, etc and that's ok, but this line of conversation is good for nothing but starting flame wars between owners and does nothing to enhance relationships within the DeLorean community. Any other arguements in this vein will be rejected. Keep things respectful.***

Yeah, I'm a blue collar worker.  And I took a loan out to get my delorean.  But I still have money for the mortgage, and all the other bills that come with it.  I have emergency money set aside.  I still have fun money and money to blow on parts for the delorean.  I've owned my car for 2 years now and have no regrets paying on it every month.  Taking a loan out would be the only way I could "LIve the Dream" right now and   I didn't want to wait till I was 40 to be able to buy one for cash

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